Number of schools using Teach to One: Math grows over 40 percent
Teach to One: Math (TTO), will be used by approximately 13,000 students in 40 schools in 10 states and Washington D.C. this fall – an over 40 percent annual growth. For the first time, the middle school math learning model will be used in both public and private high schools to help students who are behind get ready for algebra.
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"Our little urban school that had once been labeled as failing is now excelling. Beating national averages."
The following speech was presented by Dr. Alison Burdick, Principal of Bennie Dover Jackson Middle School in New London, CT, at New Classrooms’ 1st Annual Geek Out Breakfast on April 21, 2016. Bennie Dover Jackson Middle School became a New Classrooms’ partnership school in the 2015-16 school year. The text of the speech has been slightly . . .
A Case Study at Morey Middle School
The following speech was presented at New Classrooms 1st Annual Geek Out Breakfast by our VP of School Partnerships, Mark Williams. It highlights a Teach to One partner school in Denver, where it was the students themselves that helped us to discover a whole new way to use our engine to accelerate learning. The text of the speech has been . . .
There’s nothing that has animated our work more over the last five years than designing a model that can reliably deliver measurable learning gains for kids.
The most recent independent evaluation from Professor Douglas Ready at Teachers College, Columbia University showed that students across all partnership schools, on average, made gains . . .
Earlier this year, The New York Times wrote that Teach to One: Math is “perhaps the most comprehensive attempt yet to personalize math.” Today we’re excited to announce that more than 10,000 students at 28 district and charter schools will get just that: a completely personalized, world-class education tailored to the unique needs of each and . . .
A new report seeks to inform educators and policymakers about the latest research around competency-based pathways and learning progressions.
A new report from Achieve, a national organization leading the push for all students to be college and career ready, seeks to inform educators and policymakers about the latest research around competency-based pathways and learning progressions. The Role of Learning Progressions in Competency-Based Pathways highlights the Teach to One: Math . . .
There’s nothing typical about teaching and learning in the reimagined classroom.
For students in traditional classrooms across the country (and around the globe), the school day can look very similar. Whether in Calgary, Mexico City, or Washington, DC, students shuffle through hallways towards their next class, where they sit in orderly rows, face the teacher standing at the front of the classroom, and study from a . . .